We’re home from another fantastic weekend at Solas – the creative arts festival we’ve been going to for the last three years. We’ve loved it each year we’ve gone, and it certainly didn’t disappoint this year.
Some beautiful things from the weekend:
1) The new location – a lovely venue, set in the middle of Perthshire. The campsite was well-run, and our surroundings were beautiful.
2) Some fabulous music, good discussions, a cooking demo (using local ingredients), and some fun songs and stories.
3) The children’s programme was, as usual, really excellent. Our kids spent a wonderful four hours making shelters, making nettle strings, toasting marshmallows over the campfire, and other fun things with BEES.
4) The kids slept in until 8am on Saturday morning (a very rare occurence!).
5) Meeting up with friends we last saw a year ago.
6) Time just to wander, and soak up the atmosphere.
7) A wonderful communion service on Sunday morning, accompanied by some beautiful singers – I could have listened to them for hours.
8) While there were several short, very sharp, rain showers, but somehow we never actually got wet the whole weekend. Not only that but the wind picked up in time to perfectly dry our tent before we needed to pack it away!